What are the laws for CA foglights on Headache racks. I've heard you have to keep the caps on, while on the roads. Is this true? I've searched I just can't find anything
The law states that you can only run two sets of lights at any given time IE; lowbeam and fogs, or high beam and driving lights. If you have a third set of lights, they must remain covered when not in use. If the truck has factory fogs and you install a second set, you can not run them at the same time as the factory fogs. If you mount lights on the roll bar, you will most likely get a ticket if they are not covered. Got this info recently when I was pulled over for running 2 sets of fogs at the same time. I have a second set of PIAA's behind my lower grill.What are the laws for CA foglights on Headache racks. I've heard you have to keep the caps on, while on the roads. Is this true? I've searched I just can't find anything
Tell me about it! Growing up in California, and working for fire and police, I became quite familiar with the California Vehicle Code (CVC). I thought everywhere was like CA. Then I moved to Florida, and everything was weird to me. Like, in CA, CVC defines your hazard lights, right down to the flash pattern (must flash simultaneously on both sides of the front utilizing your white or amber turn signals, and simultaneously on both sides of the rear utilizing your amber or red turn signals). In FL, you're lucky if you can find anything in the Florida Statues that even mention hazard lights!You guys seem to have a lot of wack laws there.
FUNNY...those laws were already in existance long before the Govern-ator was elected. Now maybe if the fine folks of Flor-i-duh would learn how to use a voting machine, you guys would have room to talk shit I'll be backWell Cali also elected the Arnold as there governor so that might help you understand there law making there.